How could I start a informative speech about the arctic fox?

April 17th, 2010

I need a good introduction, hook, and/or thesis statement by Tuesday night about the Arctic fox. Any ideas? My teacher says to stay away from questions, so no questions please. I just need a way to get the audience interested and start the speech off good. I’m going to be talking about their habitat, prey and predators, and reproduction, in case you need to know. It would be awesome if you could help! I might need help on the conclusion to, so if you could help that would be great! Thanks!

2 Responses to “How could I start a informative speech about the arctic fox?”

  1. cooldude64one says:


  2. missAdriane says:

    One good way to start a speech is to grab your audience’s attention. Find an unusual fact or statistic that will engage listeners and make them eager to hear what you have to say. “50 million attic foxes died last year due to ozone pollution…” that’s not a real fact, but it gives you an idea. Look up some articles and find something that interests you. Once you get excited about your topic, it’s much easier to give an effective speech. Hope I could help!


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